radar identified

radar identified

The term is used by air traffic control (ATC) to inform an aircraft that it has been identified on the radar display and radar flight following will be provided until radar identification is terminated. The term is also used in lieu of radar contact.
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I checked in with Departure, was radar identified and cleared to 7000 feet.
Of course, ATC can't vector you if you're not radar identified. That means you can't expect a vector right after takeoff.
An investigation by the IDF's Gaza Division showed an IDF radar identified that mortars had been launched.
Osborn and his crew knew they would be intercepted once Chinese radar identified them and the Chinese would send up a pair of J-8 Finback fighters to check out the EP-3E.
After nearly 3,000 runs, the researchers were able to establish a statistical database on how the radar identified and responded to the several different waveforms.
radar identified them at up to five times that distance.
Once you're radar identified, there is no need to make position reports over compulsory reporting points (the black-filled symbols on the enroute charts).